Bette Gordon takes us back to Downtown NYC in the early 1980s and the roots of her classic 1983 directorial debut feature.
Leslie Harris on the unique journey she took to making her debut feature, Just Another Girl on the I.R.T., and beyond.
Two of the hottest new directors of 2018 sit down at the Sundance Film Festival to discuss their contrasting paths to success.
The director of the new film Love, Cecil on stumbling into cinema, and how she somehow ends up looking like all of her documentary subjects.
Andrew Fleming details the rejection he has faced with his new film, the gay romantic comedy Ideal Home, starring Steve Coogan and Paul Rudd.
Writer-director Mouly Surya on how she struggled to find her identity as an Indonesian filmmaker after years spent studying abroad.
Lifelong Landis devotee Jim Hemphill revisits his little-seen first film, reminding him just what he loves about the veteran director’s work.
Lea Thompson traces the roots of her artistic identity from the relationships with her mother and dance teacher through to her directorial debut.
Drew Pearce pulls back the curtain on the exhaustive approach he took to world-building for his star-studded directorial debut, Hotel Artemis.
Australian actor turned writer-director Baker gets grilled by another thesp now behind the camera as his new movie Breath hits theaters.